Friday, September 30, 2011

Fish (Tacos!) Friday

Last weekend was the Common Ground Fair and I ventured up to Unity to discuss pollock, monkfish, shrimp, and oysters alongside the Gulf of Maine Research Institute and the Island Institute.  While we were there we all chowed on some yummy fish tacos full of fresh fish provided by Port Clyde Fresh Catch.

Here is a fish tacos recipe for you!

I would probably buy some tortillas.  At the fair the tortillas were home made and delicious but I would prefer to focus on the fish than the wrap.

This would be a great recipe for leftover fish.  Say if you had some leftover pollock from the night before.  Just use a fork to flake it up in a bowl.

Ingredients:
  • Leftover fish (some form of whitefish would probably work best but I imagine you could use any fish.  Go crazy and try crab or lobster too!)
  • Avocado
  • Coleslaw (homemade or store bought is fine)
  • Onion, diced
Prepare fish or, as aforementioned, I would use this as a leftovers recipe.  Flake up the fish with a fork.  Simply layer the fish, sliced avocado, coleslaw, and diced onion on the tortilla.

If you don't like coleslaw you could also just use shredded cabbage sans mayo.  In that case I would use some form of salsa (probably a fruit salsa) on top for some moisture. 

Enjoy!

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